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201 Cause of Death: Killed in Action, War of 1812 MCWADE, Arthur (I547266687)
 
202 Cause of Death: Pneumonia
Custom Field:<_FA#> Social Security #: 075-32-8444Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.55137.112
Custom Field:<_FA#> SS# issued in: New YorkBroderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.55137.112
Custom Field:<_FA#> Residence code: New YorkBroderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.55137.112
Custom Field:<_FA#> Last residence ZIP: 11569Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.55137.112
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref.
#1.111.5.55137.112]
Individual: Dahlman, Ernest
Social Security #: 075-32-8444
SS# issued in: New York
Birth date: Jun 19, 1894
Death date: Mar 1978
Residence code: New York
ZIP Code of last known residence: 11569
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:
Point Lookout, New York
Dr. Dahlman, known to his grandkids as "Dad", was a dentist in private
practice in Hempstead, Long Island, NY. Following retirement they moved
to a house in Point Lookout. At age 60 he took up skiiing!
His ashes are interred at Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY 
DAHLMAN, Dr. Ernest Carl Fredrick (I547250304)
 
203 Cause of Death: Pneumonia IVINS, George A. (I547299692)
 
204 Cause of Death: Runaway Horse SHINN, Shreve (I547268188)
 
205 Cause of Death: Smallpox
A Quaker preacher who went to England and died of smallpox. 
HUNT, William (I547258026)
 
206 Cause of Death: Smallpox
John Woolman was a Quaker Preacher and annalist, a very remarkable man
who was a pioneer in the cause of slavery abolition and one of the most
conscientious of men.
Every book on Quakerism has a chapter on John Woolman.
He died of smallpox, while preaching anti-slavery in England.
300 Years of Bortons, page 12.  
WOOLMAN, Rev. John (I547257977)
 
207 Charles E. Iliff III, M.D. first married Elizabeth Jackson Haines in
1936. They were divorced in 1963, and he married Helen Johns Ossofsky,
her third marriage. That marriage ended in divorce in 1964, after which
Charles E. Iliff, III remarried Elizabeth. After her death in 1985, he
married Esther Marting Fabing, who died approximately a month after their
marriage. Charles E. Iliff, III then remarried Helen Johns Ossofsky
Iliff, in 1987, and remained married until his death. 
ILIFF, Charles E. (I547259125)
 
208 Charles was listed as divorced at the time of his death. WEIHRER, Charles Andrew (I547340859)
 
209 Charles, with wife Julia, and Ida and George F. all appear in Charlotte, North Caroline in Maloney's Charlotte City Directory, 1897-98 BRIGGEMAN, Charles August (I547344579)
 
210 Cheshire Bishop's Transcripts lists her surname as ECCLES; other researchers list it as ELES. Family F2982
 
211 Child of Martha Kitchen, widow: Sylvester Kitchen KITCHEN, Martha (I547262308)
 
212 Christening date is probably wrong in the extraction, as her tombstone say she was 17, which would give a birth year of about 1836. KELSO, Sarah (I547344489)
 
213 Collins Family Source (S523889708)
 
214 COLONIAL FAMILIES OF AMERICA shows her name as Mary Bun?? BURR, Mary (I547281316)
 
215 Contains records from Bradford Monthly Meeting Source (S523890126)
 
216 Contains records from Chester Monthly Meeting and St. Paul's Episcopal (Chester) Source (S106)
 
217 Contains records from Concord Monthly Meeting, Forks of Brandywine Presbyterian, Brandywine Baptist, and Middletown Graveyard Source (S94)
 
218 Contains records from Radnor-Haverford-Merion Monthly Meeting, St. David's Episcopal, and Darby Monthly Meeting Source (S189)
 
219 Contains records from: Kennett Monthly Meeting, Londongrove Monthly Meeting, St. John's Church (Pequay), and Great Valley Baptist Source (S86)
 
220 Curtis took the Roosevelt name for his surname when he turned 21. ROOSEVELT, Curtis (I23768)
 
221 Custom Field:<_FA#> 16 Sep 1817Will proved@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999
[haines.FTW]
[fowler.FTW]
Source: (LFG) pg. 254.
CALENDAR OF WILLS-- 1814-1817 page 257
1815, Aug. 27. LIPPINCOTT, Elizabeth, of Chester Twp.,Burlington Co.,
widow; will of. Son, Josiah Lippincott, $1. To surviving children of my
son, Stacy Lippincott, $1. Son, John Lippincott, $60. Daughter, Priscilla
(wife of William Stevenson), drawers, brass kettle, coverlet. Daughter,
Elizabeth (wife of Samuel Burr), my hackel. Daughter, Mary (wife of
Thomas Morris), bed quilt. Daughter, Rachel (wife of George Brown), $40.
Daughter, Rebecca (wife of Thomas Wetherill), $40. Granddaughter,
Elizabeth Lippincott (daughter of my son, John), 6 silver teaspoons.
Wearing apparel to 3 daughters, Priscilla, Elizabeth, Mary or their
children. Executor- son-in-law, Thomas Wetherill of Burlington Twp.
Witnesses- Samuel Norcross, John Cox.
1817, Apr. 6. Codicil. Daughters, Rachel and Rebecca, each to have
only $20 and the other $40 to return to residue of estate.
Witnesses- same. Proved Sept. 16, 1817.
1817. Sept. 16. Inventory, $471.50; made by George Deacon, Samuel
Norcross.
File 12936 C. 
ANTRAM, Elizabeth (I547283120)
 
222 Custom Field:<_FA#> 1645Came to Albany
Custom Field:<_FA#> 5 Jun 1662Purchased Land from 2 Indians 
VAN HOESEN, Jan Franse (I547251088)
 
223 Custom Field:<_FA#> 17 Nov 1793Will proved@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999
Custom Field:<_FA#> Occupation: Farmer, Chester Twp., Burlington Co., NJ@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999
Inherited family plantation.
Source: (LFG) "LIPPINCOTT, Five Generations of the Descendants of Richard
and Abigail Lippincott" by Judith M. Olsen (1982) pg. 90.
CALENDER OF WILLS--1791-1795 page 229
1793, Sept. 18. LIPPINCOTT, Isaac, Jr., of Chester Twp.,Burlington Co.
yeoman; will of. Wife, Elizabeth, 1/7 of residue. Son, Josiah, home
plantation, (the same having been entailed by my grandfather, Thomas
Lippincott, to my father Isaac Lippincott, to me). Son, Stacy, money with
which to complete a barn on tract in Chester Twp., bequeathed him by his
grandfather, Isaac Lippincott. Son, John, a young mare; also, 40 acres
purchased of William Hunter to be sold, when John is 21. Remainder of
lands and personal estate to be sold. Division of residue to be made
between, wife, Elizabeth, son, John, and daughters, Priscillai,
Elizabeth, Rachel, Rebecca and Mary Lippincott. (Daughters, their share
when 18.)
Executors- son, Josiah, and brother-in-law, Aaron Antrim. Witnesses-
Peter Slim, Joseph Stokes and Henry Warrington. 1793, Nov. 17. Codicil.
Should son, John, die before 21, his share of residue to be divided
between, wife, Elizabeth, and daughters. Son, Stacy, to be one of the
Executors in place on Aaron Antrim. Witnesses- James Clancy and Joseph
Stokes. Proved Dec. 16, 1793.
Lib. 33, p. 38.
1793, Dec. 7. Inventory, L316.0.; made by Peter Slim and Joseph Stokes.
File 11393C. 
LIPPINCOTT, Isaac (I547283119)
 
224 Custom Field:<_FA#> 1822Will probated@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999 HUNT, Isaiah (I547258030)
 
225 Custom Field:<_FA#> 1954PLAINWELL, MICHIGAN
Custom Field:<_FA#> CONFECTIONER
Enlisted at Toledo Ohio, Basic training was at Paris Island, S.C. =
Overseas June 11, 1917, Returned Aug 3, 1919. Served in France, Ba=
Toulon Sector, Verdun (March 15 to May 13, 1918), Aisne Defensive =
June 5, 1918), Chateau Thierry (Bois de Belleau)(June 6 to July 10=
Marbach Sector (Aug 9 to Aug 22,1918), Wounded in action. Dischar= 
DEHAVEN, William H. (I547256313)
 
226 Custom Field:<_FA#> 1963PLAINWELL, MICHIGAN VANHAFTEN, Catherine (I547256312)
 
227 Custom Field:<_FA#> 26 May 1847Buried BOSTON, James (I547251145)
 
228 Custom Field:<_FA#> 31 Oct 1760Probate@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999
[haines.FTW]
[fowler.FTW]
The inventory of his will included eight slaves, named four children, and
a brother, Jacob. 
ALBERTSON, Isaac (I547282129)
 
229 Custom Field:<_FA#> 4 Jun 1776Will Inventoried@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999 HILLMAN, Joab (I547262037)
 
230 Custom Field:<_FA#> 5 May 1711Date of Will
Custom Field:<_FA#> 2 Aug 1703Letters of Administrtion Filed
Custom Field:<_FA#> (Book of Deeds VI, p 199, Albany Co., NY) 
VAN HOESEN, Jurrian (I547251083)
 
231 Custom Field:<_FA#> 7 May 1781Reported married contrary to dicipline. Disowned.@S006494@Date of Import: Feb 12, 2000 HAINES, Mary (I547258733)
 
232 Custom Field:<_FA#> Born at 9:20AM
Custom Field:<_FA#> SS# issued in: New YorkBroderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.55137.127
Custom Field:<_FA#> Residence code: New YorkBroderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.55137.127
Custom Field:<_FA#> Last residence ZIP: 11569Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.55137.127
Custom Field:<_FA#> Social Security #: 134-36-4754Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 5, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.5.55137.127
[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1 A-L, Ed. 5, Social Security Death
Index: U.S., Date of Import: Jul 20, 1997, Internal Ref.
#1.111.5.55137.127]
Individual: Dahlman, Florence
Social Security #: 134-36-4754
SS# issued in: New York
Birth date: May 5, 1898
Death date: Sep 1986
Residence code: New York
ZIP Code of last known residence: 11569
Primary location associated with this ZIP Code:
Point Lookout, New York
Known to her grandkids as "Mimi", she was always a lady, never seen
without makeup, jewelry and high heels. In fact, the high heels became
such a part of her posture that when Mimi tried on the "Earth shoes" of
her grandaughter, Nancy, she almost fell over backwards!
Mimi's ashes are interred at the cemetery at Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY 
FIELD, Florence Eva Louise (I547250305)
 
233 Custom Field:<_FA#> Born at Brown and Manfess St. COATS, Charles S.R. (I547250408)
 
234 Custom Field:<_FA#> Born at NE Corner of 42nd St and 9th Ave
Custom Field:<_FA#> 1880Graduated Univ. of Stockholm
Custom Field:<_FA#> Attended U.S. Dental School 
DAHLMAN, Ernest Agustus William (I547250328)
 
235 Custom Field:<_FA#> Buried: Evergreen Cemetery, Camden, NJ@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999 FOWLER, Mahlon F. (I547261267)
 
236 Custom Field:<_FA#> Buried: So. Laurel Hill Cemetery, Philadelphia@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999
[from Linton Family History, page 278]
Charles and Mary were Baptists. Charles was greatly interested in his
church, was once one of the trustees. He worked on his grandfather's
farm when he was a young man. Later he went to Phila. and into banking
business. He founded the house painting business later run by Charles
and Frank Fowler. He belonged to the I.O.O.F. and was the founder of a
Masonic Lodge. Charles Linton was a lovable Christian man of much
influence.
Charles and Mary had two children. 
FOWLER, Mary Devinney (I547257547)
 
237 Custom Field:<_FA#> Came to US in a sailing vessel NYSTROM, Karl (I547250413)
 
238 Custom Field:<_FA#> Castine, ME
Custom Field:<_FA#> coach; recreation dir.
Edwin went to sea on fishing schooners as a boy, graduated from Eastern
State Normal School (now the Maine Maritime Academy) and Bates College
(starring there in baseball, basketball and football and for four years on
the all-state football team [once as an end, once as a tackle and twice as
a fullback]), then was principal and coach at Hallowell, Maine, then
teacher and coach at Lincoln High School, Cleveland, Ohio (where his
life-long nickname "Chief" originated). During World War I he was
athletic
director at Camp Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio. His effectiveness there led
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. to induce him to come to Akron to coach its
basketball team in the industrial league; he coached at Goodyear from
12 May 1919 until he retired 01 Sept. 1953. [After W.W. I he had a choice
of three positions: recreational director for Goodyear, one with the
federal Park Service, and an opportunity to go to Bermuda to be in a
motion
picture with Ann Kellerman, a famous swimmer.] He started every heat of
the Soap Box Derby until 1950, served on the Akron Recreation Commission,
1934-51 (chair, 1941-51), originated the father-son banquet and pioneered
the industrial recreation movement; he was in wide demand as an
inspirational speaker. His obituary in the Akron Beacon Journal calls him
"big in body, in voice, in mind and in ideals." He was an avid, serious
fisherman, tying his own flies. He died fishing from a boat in the Indian
River. He is buried beside his wife in Castine, Maine. He was a
mesomorph
in body type. Historian Phil Perkins told A. E. Myers in August, 1995
that
Ed Conner had been touted as a contender for the national boxing
championship, but that his wife (Vivian) protested strenuously, and he
therefore did not fight. He was member 73083 of Lafayette Chapter of the
Ohio Society of the Sons of the American Revolution as a descendant of
Capt. David Dunbar, Jr. of Massachusetts. 
CONNER, Edwin Solon (I547254486)
 
239 Custom Field:<_FA#> Castine, ME
Custom Field:<_FA#> homemaker
Vivian entered Eastern State Normal School (now Maine Maritime Academy) at
Castine, Maine in 1898, teaching in small schools to pay for her tuition
and graduating in June, 1901. In the fall of 1900 she met Ed Conner, a
fellow student whom she married in her family's living room. After the
birth of their first child she returned to the normal school and finished
the Advanced Normal Course in 1905. She was organizer and president of
the
Goodyear Women's Club, Central High School PTA, the Women's Democratic
Club
and League of Women Voters, all in Akron, Ohio. She also belonged to the
Sixth Ward Democratic Club, Public Affairs Study Club, Cleveland
Shakespeare Society (charter member), and the Cleveland South Side Women's
Club. She was active in the Society of Mayflower Descendants, Daughters
of
the American Revolution, National Huguenot Society, Daughters of American
Colonists, National Society of Women Descendants of the Ancient and
Honorable Artillery Company, National Society of Magna Carta Dames and the
New England Genealogical and Historic Society. She was active in the
Women's Suffrage Movement, served as a delegate to the National Democratic
Convention in 1936 and vigorously engaged in local politics. She would
have
agreed with First Lady Hillary Clinton ("It Takes a Village," 1996) in the
"view of government that dates back to the Pilgrims. In this view,
government is an instrument both to promote the common good and to protect
the individual's rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness."
She
was first president of the Mothers' Clubs of Kappa Kappa Gamma (her
daughter
Marian's sorority at The University of Akron) and of Chi Theta Tau. She
is
buried beside her husband at Castine. 
KENNISTON, Vivian Inez (I547254485)
 
240 Custom Field:<_FA#> Died at 82 3rd St
Custom Field:<_FA#> 28 Oct 1906Buried at Sag Harbor, Long Island, NY
Custom Field:<_FA#> 3 Jul 1884U.S. citizenship, court of common pleas, NY, NY 
FIELD, John (I547250403)
 
241 Custom Field:<_FA#> Farmer
Nathan has two sisters listed in his obituary, Mrs. Sanford Giddin=
Missouri, and Mrs. R. Sherman of Mason City IA. He settled in Ste=
IL in 1837, went to California in 1850 to work in the gold mines, =
to Illinois by ship, sailing around Cape Horn (The Freeport Daily =
obituary). 
SHEETZ, Nathan (I547256304)
 
242 Custom Field:<_FA#> JES says death was in 1881@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999 MOORE, Anna E. (I547261176)
 
243 Custom Field:<_FA#> Lutheran Cemetery, Uniontown, OH
Custom Field:<_FA#> farme 
MOYER, Jacob D. (I547254473)
 
244 Custom Field:<_FA#> never married@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999 HAINES, Margaret (I547259024)
 
245 Custom Field:<_FA#> never married@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999 MOORE, Granville (I547261172)
 
246 Custom Field:<_FA#> never married@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999 MOORE, Elizabeth (I547261177)
 
247 Custom Field:<_FA#> Never Married@S006494@Date of Import: Feb 12, 2000 HAINES, Samuel (I547260993)
 
248 Custom Field:<_FA#> no children@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999
!NOTE: No children from this marriage.
!BIRTH-SPOUSE: Recs. of Dale Amann ID email 7/97.
Her name could be Isabella. 
BAKER, Isabel (I547261370)
 
249 Custom Field:<_FA#> no children@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999
!RESEARCHER: Records of Earle M. Green, CA (1981) show her birth date as
July
26, 1811, death July 1911 and mar. date as June/July 23, 1869. Also gives
her
parents names.
!PARENTS-MARRIAGE-SPOUSE-DEATH: Recs. of Dale Amann ID email 7/97.
Have Sarah's obit, dau. of Henry and Sarah (Custer) Moore; her father
d. 1 Feb 1850, Mount Moriah; her mother d 24 Oct. 1869, Mount Moriah.
They emigrated to Ohio in 1821 and finally located in Mount Moriah. 
MOORE, Sarah E. (I547261340)
 
250 Custom Field:<_FA#> no children@S004235@Date of Import: Oct 1, 1999 MOORE, Mary (I547258516)
 

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